Valerie Danielle LeBlanc and Chase Aaron Freeman were married March 19, 2016, at the Michabelle Historic Inn in Hammond.
Valerie is the daughter of Don and Beverly LeBlanc of Pine Grove, La. Chase is the son of Larry and Marlene Freeman of Roxie, Miss.
She graduated from Live Oak High School in 2009 and received her bachelor of science degree in elementary education from William Carey University. Valerie teaches at South Live Oak Elementary School in Watson.
Valerie’s grandparents are Jean Smith and the late Pruitt Smith of Meridian, Miss., and the late Norman and June LeBlanc of Geismar.
The groom’s parents are Larry and Marlene Freeman of Roxie, Miss. His grandparents are Doris and Vincent Tillotson of Natchez, Miss., and the late Helen and Jewel Ray Freeman and the late Howard Collier, all of Natchez, Miss.
Chase graduated from Franklin County High School in 2011 and earned his bachelor of science degree in guitar performance from William Carey University in 2016. He is employed as a lab technician at Thompson Pipe Group in Zachary.
Kaitlin Brian of Walker, La., served as the maid of honor, and the bridesmaids were Jamie McNabb of Clinton, Natalie LeBlanc (sister-in-law of the bride) of Zachary, and Courtney Freeman (sister of the bride) of Natchez, Miss.
The flower girl was Lillie Marie Dale of McComb, Miss., and the ring bearer was Aaron Cooper Dale of McComb, Miss.
The best man was Lee Chisholm of Roxie, Miss., (cousin of the groom). Groomsmen were Jesse McDaniel of Amite, La., Gabriel LeBlanc of Baton Rouge, La., (brother of the bride), Zachary Miller of D’Iberville, Miss., and Timothy Herring of Citronelle, Ala.
The ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Justin LeBlanc, brother of the bride. Music was provided by the Foto Sisters of Clinton, La.
The reception was held at Michabelle Pavilion with music provided by DJ Lance Stubbs.
After the wedding, the couple departed for their honeymoon to Belize, Cozumel and Mahogany Bay.
The couple will reside in Denham Springs, La.